Cox wants Round Hill Music to pay $100,000 in legal costs, Pirate Party looks to top Iceland election and Conan O'Brien joke lawsuit expands.
Effort to restrict freedom of panorama shot down in EU, Pirate Bay founders acquitted in Belgian criminal case and BBC has to stop believing.
LiveJournal at the center of a DMCA Safe Harbor appeal, right to panorama in jeopardy in many EU countries and Apple Music wins over indie labels.
The Sunday Times uses the DMCA against a critic, Pirate Party report accepted by EU Parliament committee and FastPassTV admit pleads guilty.
Australia moves one step closer to site blocking, Greek Pirate Party adopts a BitTorrent tracker and The Guardian removes critic's video.
U.S. govt targets Kim Dotcom's wife, film student accused of trying to pirate a film with a 3D cam and Pirate Party rep to draft new EU copyright law.
Torrentz.eu has domain restored after seizure, Harper Lee renews lawsuit against Mockingbird museum and Pirate Party loses ground in EU elections.
Paramount threatens to block planned It's a Wonderful Life sequel, Automattic sues two over false DMCA notices and Pirate Party gets observer status at WTO.
House Judiciary Committee to review U.S. copyright law, Craigslist wins early round against PadMapper and Pirate Party wins big in Iceland.
The Pirate Party gets into Iceland's Parliament, Tyler Perry accused of ripping off a movie script and indie developers try a new approach to DRM.